This content created by Nuray Güner Bilgili, DDS with attribution to scientific articles.
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells that connected to the front surface of teeth to boost their look. Dental veneers are made of ceramic ware and rosin composite materials.
Veneers are to treat the cosmetic concerns; broken, discoloured, or small teeth.
People might solely get one veneer within the case of a broken tooth, however, several get between six and eight veneers to make an ideal smile. The highest front eight teeth the foremost ordinarily applied veneers.
Most people with sensible oral hygiene and healthy gum tissue will take care of veneers if they do not just like the look of their teeth or overall smile. These kinds of people are a good candidates for the dental veneer.
Dental veneers are porcelain or resin composite materials. Porcelain veneers less stains than resin composite materials, and also better provides the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth.
Veneers are used to fix:
Veneers are working by covering your teeth with a thin porcelain or composite resin.
They are applied by removing 0.3-0.5 millimeters off the tooth in order to protect the nerve of the tooth and keep it at max strength, because it lasts for a long time and that there will be no issues causing replacing them in the future.
You don’t have to cover every tooth with a veneer, just the ones that are having issues and potentially the side of the tooth.
Your dentist will makes the best recommendation as to how many veneers you need and match the shape and colour to the natural teeth of the veneers.
You can get veneers that completely cover the tooth or partial veneers that only cover damaged or discoloured areas depending on the issues that you want to solve.
A porcelain veneer is a thin shell to fit on the tooth.
Benefits of porcelain veneers:
Steps to place porcelain veneers:
A composite resin veneer is a tooth-coloured filling material.
Benefits of composite resin veneers:
Steps to place composite resin veneers:
Before you get veneers
The recovery process doesn’t take a long time. Instead, once the veneers are cemented on and any anesthetics wear off, you can eat normally.
In some cases, after the veneers are applied, they can feel a little rough. These rough spots wear down after several days of teeth brushing; if they don’t, your dentist can smooth them out.
Porcelain veneers typically last 10 or 15 years, and no-prep veneers last 5 or 7 years.
Some suggestions to be more permanent:
Published: 26 Ocak 2021
Updated: 25 Şubat 2021